Pin and pinhole elements

by Ablapo, published

Pin and pinhole elements by Ablapo Nov 29, 2012


Pins connected to pinholes. Pins connected to pins. Pinholes connected to pinholes. Just pins. Just pinholes.

Each plate file contains about 24 / 48 parts.

It's for building structures and connecting two flat things.

For a Christmas tree decoration print the pinh_combine3.stl and assemble the 3 parts overlapping.

Found a similar Pin-thing from Tbuser: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:10288

And this one from chriscrewdson: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:12081

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Pin and pinhole elements by Ablapo is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Before printing a plate you may want to print the test file first. Check if the pins fit into the holes. If not change the OpenSCAD file or your printers settings. Choose a stl-file or create your own one with OpenSCAD. Print a plate of parts. Assemble them in your own way. Printing the pins will acquire a fan for cooling.

There is a nice way to build a chain. Assemble 3 parts to a ring. Then build the next ring through the first one.

If you need more stability use glue.